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Bheut Kam KOs Touch Reachsey in tourney

Bheut Kam KOs Touch Reachsey in tourney

Bheut Kam scored an impressive second round stoppage against Touch Reachsey during their light-middleweight tournament bout at Bayon TV on Saturday. A ferocious knee to the face had Touch Reachsey out cold on the canvas to give Bheut Kam his second knockout victory of the competition. Earlier on Saturday, Phan Sovann forced Sok Chandorn to retire after a barrage of low kicks in the second round. However, the referee suspected foul play and refused to recognise the result.

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